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what to expect when hillary clinton and donald trump face- off tonight. good morning it's 5:00 and we appreciate you being with us i am chris mckin canon. >> i am kate merrill monday september 26th. let's check forecast with danielle niles on this monday and the kids will need a coat this morning. >> do not fight the parents on that this morning. it is a chilly start and we have a frost advisory up until includes most of western central massachusetts back down to some of the suburbs just outside of the coastline in southeastern massachusetts as well. temperatures are in the 30s in spots. 49 now in boston and we are in the mid-30sin concord and 32 in plymouth. 36 in nashua. norwood and taunton at 32. upper 30s from falmouth to new bedford. 40s and 50s in the mid and outer cape so a chilly start a
and enjoy it while it last. temperatures in the 40s this morning. rising by mid to late morning. 63 by midday. sunny and cool wind out of the south about 5 to 10 miles per hour and a few clouds will increase as we head into the ride home with temperatures in the the low 60s and sunset at 6:33. the rest of the week unsettled we will breakdown details coming up. let's get you on the roads. >> reporter: good morning. couple trouble spots happening this morning. there is a lot of backup on th there's stop and go traffic eastbound from the hampton county line to charlton service plaza. roughly a 15-minute delay and it's slow and go on 128 south inlexington there's construction between exits 30 and 29 that closed down two lanes and there's stop and go traffic from exit 31 there. chris. >> thanks very much brianna -- breana. one person rushed to the hospital after a stabbing on dorchester avenue.
overnight as well. no word on a suspect but emergency officials tell us the victim was taken to the hospital. to a developing story this monday morning a. young man missing at sea is found safe two days after the coast guard called off the search. >> he was founding in a raft. let's get to anna meiler leave along the boston harbor with the latest for us. >> reporter: and chris that 22- year-old is on a freighter expected to arrive in boston tomorrow. at sea. after a week of searching for linda and nathan carman the coast guard called off the search for the mother and son who went fish be on a -- fishing trip. >>i don't know what to think or do. you know. i can't go out looking for them. >> reporter: sharon says linda and her son who has autism go fishing together every year.
leaving on their trip on saturday september 17th. >> she just says you know, about when they are going out and where they are headed and what time they expect to be back. >> reporter: they were supposed to return 8 days ago but never did. the coast guard launched a search scouring more than 62,000 square nautical miles from south of block island to the canyons off new york. but linda and nathan were nowhere to be found. then yesterday, about a week after they disappeared, a freighter spotted 22-year-old nathan on a life ra vineyard. family and friend are holding out hope they will find his mother. >> hopefully people will be on a look out for a ship that's drift organize a raft. or -- drifting or a raft. >> reporter: nathan is in good condition. boat they were fishing on is a 32 foot boat called the chicken pox of the reporting live along the boston harbor anna meiler wbz. a house fire killed four people including a little boy
police when fire crews arrived on her ridian street -- meridian street the house was engulfed in flames. brian tower was a victim. his wife her son and their 5- year-old grandson died in the early morning fire. >> i woke up and heard somebody screaming outside and looked out and a little boy he was adorable and we saw him all summer hanging with dad in the backyard. it's heart breaking. >> firefighters are ve grief counselors will be at grafton schools following the tragic deaths of the 5-year-old boy. officials say the child was hit by a car near his home on samuel drive yesterday afternoon. they have not released the names of the boy or driver but say this appears to be an accident. according to the worcester telegram the boy was a kindergarten student. state police are investigating a deadly hit-and- run in medford. alberto santos flores of somerville was hit on route 16
5:30 yesterday morning. police have not released information yet on the vehicle that hit. this morning a woman is recovering after being shot by police in weymouth. >> officials explain why they say the officer was forced to fire. wbz nicole jacobs is live with the details for us this morning. nicole. >> reporter: that 46-year-old woman has been arrested and charged with assault with a dangerous weapon because police say she refused orders to drop the knife she was holding. she is at south shore hospital for the gunshot wound she received from police. chaos in weymouth sunday morning on keene avenue a police officer firing his officer shooting a 46-year-old woman. >> i came running out and i am like i seen her and she was laying on the ground like her shirt was ripped opened and she had blood right here. >> reporter: a 911 call brought them here a mother claiming her adult daughter was threatening to kill herself with the large
weapon in hand. weymouth police released a statement reading in part, the officer was forced to back away towards the street and the suspect followed him brandishing the knife ignoring his orders to drop the knife. >> the bullet went in like somewhere around here and went out the back. >> reporter: the shooting is at a time when police have fallen under scrutiny because of fatal shoot, elsewhere. >> i don't understand why it couldn't be diffused and i am emotional because i don't th am not in his shoes. >> reporter: it brings high emotion from neighbors live this man who asked not to be identified. >> i would be in jail right now with cuffs i wouldn't be where he probably is which is either home at police station getting codeled he might feel bad but that's too bawd bad he should it's amazing she didn't get killed. >> reporter: police have not identified the officer involved in the shooting.
investigation by weymouth police, state police and the district attorney's office. live in weymouth. nicole jacobs wbz this morning. >> thanks very much. an investigation is also underway in the deadly police shooting in new hampshire. cody lafont was shot before 5 yesterday morning when officers responded to a call at home in clairmont. police say they are investigating the serkss-- circumstances that led up to the shooting an autopsy will determine exactly the cause of d after being stabbed in a late night brawl two stabbed in theneck it happened near a bus stop on treemont on boston theater district. several clubs were letting out sunday morning when witnesses say between 20 and 30 people started to fight. a tufts parking garage worker saw the whole thing. >> i see fights you know it happens with the nightclubs but, that was pretty wild and crazy. there was yelling and i couldn't make out anything. you know, couldn't even tell who was fighting who really it
>> the victims were taken to area hospitals all are expected to survive. so far police have not made any arrest. campaign 2016 and it's more like a heavyweight title fight than a political event. the stage is set tort first presidential debate in new york. hillary cline toon and donald trump met -- clinton and donald trump met with benjamin netanyahu and spent the final hours prepping for the showdown. jamie yuccas reports from the debate site. >> reporter: a washington post abc news clinton and donald trump in a dead heat heading into tonight's debate.experts say the outspoken republican nominee will have to demonstrate policy expertise. >> thinks best lines of attacks are anything that accentuate her trught worthiness challenges and global disorder. >> reporter: democratic candidate clinton will need to overcome trust questions. >> overwhelming number of the american people think the country is headed in the wrongdirection and she has huge disadvantage. >> reporter: that hasn't stopped the two from going
clinton is putting mark cuban in the front row and trump threatened to bring gennifer flowers who said she had an affair with bill clinton. trump camp says she won't be there. but the focus is on a wide variety of issues including national security and economic growth and the country's direction. the vice presidential candidate spent sunday talking about what are the best scenarios for running mates at the debate. >> we need to hear from the candidates and i hope and trust that the moderators will ci into specifics and hillary too right? fair is fair you have to a hold them to a even standard but we will see who can answer the specific questions. >> reporter: the buildup to the 90 minute debate could mean more viewers than carter versus reagan in 1980. with clinton and trump close to each other on debate stage and ready to rumble. jamie yuccas, cbs news, hempp stead new york. -- hempstead new york. lester holt will moderate
debate has three themes achieving prosperity securing america and america's direction. holt picked the questions and the candidates will have two minutes to answer and clinton and trump will have time to respond. 100 million americans are expected to watch. the super bowl record is 115 million. and you can watch that debate live at 9 p.m. tonight right here on wbz. he was the golfing king with a commoner's touch the palmer. he pawned a legion of fans known as arnie's army and will be remembered for bringing a country club sport to the masses. he dominated the sport become the-- becoming the first sports star a trail blazer in sports marketing paving the way for other athletes to reap in millions in endorsement deals he died in pittsburgh yesterday of complications from heart problems. arnold palmer was will-- 87.
several poe toes with palmer saying in part they were great competitors who loved competing against each other but we were great friends he had my back and i had his and we were always there for each other. he was the king of the sport and always will be. and president obama tweeted this picture of palmer in the oval office saying here's to the king who was an extraordinary on the links as he was generous to others thanks for the memories arnold. on away with middle school as the district fids the decline in enrollment. the superintendent has been discussing the plan with school principals. it would create elementary schools that go from kindergarten to 6th grade and high school begins at 7th. city exam schools which gan begin at 7th wouldn't change. boston has been losing students this middle grades to expanding charter schools. just about 5:10. straight ahead an -- 5:12.
catches fire. >> a man accused of shooting up a mall heads to court and the charges he faces. >> the hollywood star heading to the white house. leonardo dicaprio joining thepresident for a important issue good morning. >> good morning. bright sunshine today. once it comes up. clear skies this morning allowed to us cool off. frost into the the 60s by later on. around midday 60 in boston and enjoy the sunshine while it last. we have a pretty unsettled week ahead. we will take you through the
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we are a few days into autumn but a sign of winter fell. >> new england this weekend. we are talking about snow. >> oh >> this shot was at mount washington observatory it was not a lot but you know who wants to see a parka in september? >> i am a skier and love winter but it depresses me. >> i am nervous because last wint are we got off the hook easy and this winter i am nervous. >> right. >> oh i think it's cute when we see snow pictures and everybody starts to freak out but they always are on top of mount
the middle. a couple years was historic yesterday we got off a little easy and this year may be like average we will see. the weather special coming up beginning of the december outlying all that for you. chilly frosty start feeling winter like. we are in the 30s. crisp and bright this afternoon with sunshine and we will be in the 60s areas of rain arrive tonight and lingering into tomorrow morning and it looks unsettled for a lot of the rest of the week. 49 in boston and we have not been this cold since may 18th i believe it was the date when we so it's been a while. 35 in concord. 36 in nashua 36 in bedford and some suburbs will deal with a touch of frost and we are 32 in norwood and taunton. 39 in falmouth and 40s and 50s on the outer cape with clear skies and light wind. satellite and radar quiet. you zoom out the view and we run into rain through michigan and indiana illinois. and this is a front that's
areas of rain tomorrow. enjoy the sunshine temperatures in the 60s. 464 in boston midel to upper 60s. clouds overnight tonight. ran arrives after midnight. overnight low around 57. a lot of us it's around 3 or 4 from west to east pockets of showers and light rain will be around for your morning commute tomorrow. so here's the map at -- at 7 a.m. steadier down pours and a rumble of thunder possible along the south coast cod. by 9, 9:30 we are drying out north and west of boston. rain from south shore to the cape pushing off the coastline by early afternoon lingering from chatham to nantucket and partial clearing comes in as we head into the second half of the day. especially inland. that boost temperatures into the 70s so a touch on average and milder than today. the only thing with the rest of the week is watch what happens next area of low pressure goes by and it brings areas of rain
and some showers at the coast and patchy drizzle and i think we stay unsettled. a upper-level low will cut off and keep clouds the showers and the drizzle around welcome news for the drought it looks pretty unsettled through the middle and end of the week. temperatures below average in the low to mid-60s. on through the upcoming weekend in fact. lingering showers on saturday and probably a few more earlier on sunday too. breana. >> reporter: good news and andover wrapped up and we told you about lane closures in the o'neill tunnel on the expressway those are finished as well. so everything is reopened and back to normal just before rush hour gets going and we are well on our way to rush hour. volume picking up on the the expressway right now. kate. >> thank you. today the suspect arrested in the killing of 5 people at a washington state mall is in
on five counts of first-degree murder was arrested after nearly 24 hours of looking for him. he was reportedly in a near zombie like state when captured walking down a street. police have yet to find the motive behind the shooting. the curfew in charlotte north carolina has been lifted. the midnight to 6 a.m. curfew went into effect friday following protests over the deadly shooting of keith lamont scott. he was shot by police last tuesday and died. authorities say scott had a gun when he got out of his vehicle. his death led to and demonstrations that turned violent at times. this weekend police released the video of the body cameras that video of the incident. smoke billowing from tanker ship in the gulf mexico and one of the tankers carrying 170,000 barrels of oil caught on fire. the good news is no one was hurt. mexican navy rescued 31 people on board. now crews are trying to estimate how much fuel spilled into the gulf. 5:19. president obama will be teaming
next week. president and leonardo dicaprio will discuss client change at white house and joined by a canadian climate scientist. after the talk dicaprio's documentary before the flood will make the debut on the south lawn part of the inaugural festival of ideas called south by south lawn. coming up on wbz this morning, tragedy on water. >> a miami marlins pitcher dies. >> boating accident. why it was an emotional loss for david ortiz. >> down, the red sox are playing the best baseball of the year. the bizarre way they won the
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describe the pain i feel for the loss of my friend jose. good-bye my friend. it's the last week of the baseball season and red sox are the hottest team in baseball. >> that's good and steve burton has more in the morning sports. >> good morning. okay so they swept yankees and orioles and now the rays. sox are the hottest team in baseball winning 11 in row and yesterday with pedroia dancing around home plate. words conditioned describe it you have to see it but before that we have to talk about pitching. what an effort by rodriguez yesterday. he was practically unhittable striking out 13 in 5 1/3 and the last 11 outs all strike outs. dominating performance and a record setting one for the sox as they became the first team in history to strike out an opossessioning team -- opposing team 21 times. ortiz rips one in the gap and pedroia racing around the bases with a ball beating hmm by a mile a dead duck at the plate
the plate and never gets gives up and gets tagged tagged but the catcher drops the ball are you kidding? me he is safe that's a winning run. sox win 11th straight magic number to clinch the division is now down to 2. sox heading to new york for three games starting tomorrow. be sweet if they could clinch at yankee stadium wouldn't it? i am steve burton. >> yeah. >> back to you. >> it would be sweet. >> awesome. still to come, we have a emotional park dedication to the victims of the marathon bombings. >> also ahead what teenagers exercise habits may tell about their future. >> and you can call it a flea market for nerds. what you might be able to pick up at m.i.t.'s swap fest. >> this is jon killer. my -- keller. my helpful tips to prepare for the clinton trump debate coming up when wbz this morning continues. >> it's going to be a chilly
i just want what's best for my kids. when i hear arguments that massachusetts needs more charter schools, i think: what about the students in all of our schools? from the existing public schools. that's 400 million dollars, just last year. we can't afford to drain even more money from our kids' schools because they're already losing so much. i'm not just standing up for my own kids; i'm fighting for yours, too.
right now at 5:30, a woman shot in weymouth of the police say she came at an office wear knife. why some are questioning that officer's decision to shoot. >> and a young man missing at sea for more than a week is found safe off the new england coast. the late e >> protecting stewed owns campus. what state officials are doing this week to ensure safety. >> live from the channel 4 studios in boston this is wbz news this morning. good morning thanks for joining us i am kate merrill i am chris mckinnon it's monday september 26th. might want to start the car early and warm it newspaper and grab the coal coat -- coat. >> there's frost advice are you
areas shaded in blue here western central mass and parts of western middlesex county and away from the coastline in southeastern mass as well. it's a chilly start. 49 in boston. has not been this cold since may 18th. 32 norwood and taunton and keene. widespread 40s the rest of the map. but a cool and crisp start. the sun will shine once it comes up. no weather related issues. rise at 6:36. chilly beautiful. crisp fall air mostly sunny 63 so it will be a cooler than normal day today. a few wispy clouds will increase heading into the ride home. 62 with theset at 6:33. rain tonight and tomorrow. i will time it out coming up. let's get you on the roads. >> reporter: there's an accident right before the braintree split. good news is it shouldn't affect traffic. that's because it's at the burgen parkway off-ramp exit 19
on ramp that's a much bigger problem for the morning commute. this doesn't appear to be causing backups yet but we will keep our eye on it chris. >> thanks very much. it's 5:31. checking top stories for you a young man missing at the sea for more than a week has been rescued but his mother is still missing. the crew of a freighter found 22-year-old nathan carman in a life raft yesterday afternoon about 100 miles off martha's vineyard many he and his mother went fishing off block island 9 days ago but didn't re. onshore tomorrow. an officer-involved shooting is under investigation in weymouth this morning. police say a woman with a knife came towards an officer that officer says the woman rushed-- oruer -- or refused his orders to drop the weapon before she was shot in the stomach. she has been hospitalized and the shooting is as police rund review nationwide -- renewed scrutiny for using deadly first. tonight is the first presidential debate and has the anticipation of a heavyweight fight. jon keller hooks at what to
what to expect of the showdown between hill i clinton- hillary clinton and donald trump. >> reporter: let's go over the check list tv set to wbz chips and salsate favorite snack of hillary clinton check. steak steak sandwiches made from trump steaks in honor of the gop nominee check. looks like you're good to go for monday night's first showdown but what can you expect to see? for donald trump this debate is all about appearing presidential. that is one polling gaps between him and clinton. she is perceived as having the temperament and experience to handle the job he is not. and with yawning yennedder ysh- - gender gap he has to be care null to the -- careful not to get too nasty with the first fee male nominee but no one expects him to cite the tax code or go into mr. rogers he has to display knowledge poise
long stretches of the race a little humor wouldn't hurt. no one he can expect humor from -- no one expects humor from clinton but better havegood zingers to put trump in his place they have gets fresh when he hits her on glaring faults the effort to spin away e-mail negligence or bungeling benghazi response she needs to do more than just counterpunch by talking about trump's sketchy charity or his hidden tax returns. a of honesty about her flaws could help diffuse them as campaign issues. this has been an ugly race. and hard feelings are running high on both sides. so maybe there's one other bit of prep needed for your debate party. a safe room with pillows where guests can retreat to chill out. talk back to me via e mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or twitter at keller at large.
sanders will appear wednesday afternoon and u of h sharing a belief that cost shouldn't be a barrier for anyone who chooses higher eld edcation and mike pence will be in new hampshire today. indiana governor will hold a rally in millford at 1:30. it is at theton's auditorium new hampshire is a key battleground state despite offering 4 electoral college votes. despite the strong interest in the presidential little competition of the state's 9 seats in the u.s. house of representatives 4 face no opposition. 160 seats are up to grabs in the house. 116 are unopposed. so it's 72%. and in the 40 member senate 25 incumbents have no challenges. keeping students safe on campus is what state leaders will address this week. hundreds oaf physicians from public and private college will be at the dc can u center in worcester on friday or wednesday rather for the
campus police chiefs will discuss the best ways to protect students if there is an active shooter at the school. still ahead, target makes a decision about shopping carts for kids. >> and uber trying to make sure the passengers are safe. details on the latest security feature. >> reporter: a young man missing at sea is found safe two days after the coast guard calls off the search but his mother is still missing.
investigators are trying to figure out what sparked a weekend house fire in roxbury flames burned through the pipe chases of the home on elm hill avenue sunday morning. from the basement to the attic. damage is estimated at 750,000 dollars. 9 people did get out safely. and they are now staying with family and friends. one firefighter was taken to mass to be checked out. a race to remember a man killed in the benghazi attack. >> 1200 people took part 10k events were held. the former navy sale was working to -- seal was working in 2012 to help the diplomatic mission. >> glen was all about bringing amazing people together. and for a great cause and that's what we are doing here and having a really good time doing it. >> this is the fourth year the foundation has held the run. proceeds go to help service members transition back into civilian life. and a special treat for
the duck boats. solid -- all in a effort to support a organization that pairs the disabled with service dogs. >> they are so cute. 5:39 right now. teens in the united states are simply not getting enough exercise. the study in colorado of older teens finds many are not working out enough. but it's different for teens who go to college. researchers found students attend hing a 4 year college and live on campus were more likely to meet recommended 60 minutes of exercise daily. and encouraging part is they carry that habit on into adulthood. new data an on cancer patients found more than half thought phase one clinical trials will shrink tumors expectations exceeded the reality indicating the need to manage expectation and improve patient information. 5:39. target makes a decision about shopping carts for kids. >> and a ride sharing service taking new steps to make sure passengers are safe.
good morning jill. >> reporter: good morning chris and kate. ups is testing drone technology to safely deliver emergency medical supplies to remote areas. the company part nerd with the drone maker to make a 3 mile 8 minute trip from boston to children's island in massachusetts. uber has a new security feature requiring drivers to take a selfie before each shift. it is way for them to confirm their identity and prevent fraud on the account. uber says it's good for passengers because it means the driver you call is the one who will show up. not someone who is just using another driver's credentials. and target is pulling the plug on kiddy carts. the retailer tested mini carts for kids 72 stores and turns out adults didn't like it very much. minneapolis star tribune says target listened to customers and complained about bruised ankles and cart collisions and
experience. i guess we can't be too surprised right? >> no. jill i hate the carts so much when my kid use them she bangs into everything and everyone and so instead of shopping i am worried about that little cart. >> reporter: kate you are not the only one a lot of parents vented frustrations. >> all right thanks very much jill see you tomorrow morning. those carts are a little dangerous. i go to target with daniellesometimes and i am dangerous woo cart. >> they call them on they call those carts i agree. coming up your top stories and a look at the roads on this monday morning commute. >> also ahead a playground damaged by fire and police don't think it was an accident. what they are doing now to make sure kids stay safe. >> reporter: a police-involved shooting in weymouth. i am nicole jacobs live with why police say they were forced to fire the weapon. clear. >> and checking in with the weather watchers a chilly start to the day. you want the fall jacket.
one in eight women will face breast cancer. early detection can mean the difference between life and death. planned parenthood gives new hampshire women access to life saving cancer screenings. but ayotte voted to defund planned parenthood six times. why? because ayotte opposes a woman's right to choose. in her relentless effort to overturn roe v. wade, ayotte puts critical cancer screenings at risk, hurting new hampshire women. kelly ayotte: putting her personal interests ahead of your health care. independence usa pac is responsible
m.i.t. students are known for brain power and pranks but the cambridge campus turns into a high tech flea market called swap fest and it will be held next month they will sell gadgets and vintage computers. rare radio equipment and massive telescopes. organization say the reputation helps to draw rare and obscure items. i want that robot dog whatever that thing is. >> right. you know the best part of having a robot dog you wouldn't have to clean up after it. >> or let think it's genius. >> that's what i got you for your birthday chris. >> thank you. >> when you get home you will clean the house happy birthday. >> thanks very much. >> it's not official yet. >> right. >> this afternoon. >> count down is on. >> the official time 1:36 p.m. my mom says and trust her knees what we do the moment you were born. >> -- moment you were born. >> holding onto my 20s as long as i can. >> isn't that crazy. happy birthday. current conditions 49 in boston right now. this is the first time we
dew points in the upper 30s. the air is dry and risp and westerly breeze -- crisp and westerly breeze he. 32 in taunton so there are chilly temperatures this morning. touch of frost in spots 32 in plymouth. 36 in nashua 30 in norwood so a couple airports here the norwood and taunton area in terms of reading widen a valley there. so allow for temperatures to get cooler. upper 30sin falmouth and 38 on the vineyard and 40s to 50s from the mid clear skies overhead going to be bright and beautiful day today. a few cloud back across new york and a few high thin wispy clouds but not until later on today andthat comes out an area of rain a band extending from central canada back down to illinois and indiana right now. this is the front that will approach us tomorrow and bring us a threat for wet weather. so high temperatures today mid- 60s a little cooler than average. 64 in boston and many of us
strong with the sunshine pretty comfortable cooler than average but pleasant by fall standards. mid-60s for most us from the south shore to cape cod. clouds arrive tonight along with rain too. 57 for an overnight low not nearly as cold a suburbs will be in the 50s tonight. after midnight that's when the clouds thicken up. 3, 4:00 pockets of rain arrive. from west to east it looks like the steadiest a going to be focused. for the morning commute tomorrow. so there will be so and 9:30 drying out north and west of boston but showers lingering through at least midday to early afternoon. for places like the mid and outer cape and breaks of sunshine coming out through the interior. so good news for the drought we take ever every drop we can get. how much rain for most of us, it's going to be less than a 10th of an inch for boston and points north around a 10th of an inch. this is one forecast but you get the overall trend quarter
the cape. the rest of the week, looking a little unsettled a wave of low pressure that goes by on wednesday and locks in the clouds and pockets of showers and drizzle and you will see it in the 7-day. today is the brightest day morning rain tomorrow and late day and clouds and showers and even areas of rain on through the middle and end of the week and some of the showers linger into the weekend below normal temperatures too in the low to mid-60s. >> reporter: this is my birthday present lots of all right. happy birthday. the split is starting to get receipt reely congested. traffic is -- really conjested and this accident in quincy is problem for route 3. that accident is at the burgen parkway off-ramp. there's backup to exit 16 in weymouth a 10 minute delay looking at the expressway, you're stop and go from furnace brook to south bay a 20 minute delay there. there's also an accident
before exit 45 and backups between 48 and 43 about a 15 minute delay there. chris. >> all right thanks very much brianna. overnight one -- breana. overnight one person rush to the hospital after a stabbing. police were searching area overnight. no word on a suspect. emergency officials tell us the victim was taken to a boston hospital. it's called the most anticipated presidential debate in history happens tonight. >> plus a police-involved shooting on south shore and boater lost at sea rescued monday morning. >> reporter: a young man missing at sea for more than a week is found safe floating on a life raft but his mother is still missing. linda and nagan carman left on a fishing trip saturday -- nathan carman left on a fishing trip saturday and were supposed to return 8 days ago. coast guard scoured more than 62,000 square nautical miles from block of south island to the canyons off new york and called it off on friday.
a 22-year-old on the life raft about 100 miles south of martha's vineyard. nathan is expected to arrive in boston sometime tomorrow. the coast guard says he is in good condition. reporting live from along the boston harbor anna meiler wbz this morning. i am nicole jacobs live in weymouth where a police- involved shooting is under investigation. police say they were called to king avenue in weymouth yesterday morning for reports of a woman who was saying sh they arrived to find the 46- year-old woman holding a knife allegedly refusing orders to put it down. police shot the woman when they say she came towards them with that weapon. she was shot in the abdomen area and then brought here to south shore hospital where she is being treated. this incident is under investigation by weymouth police. state police and the district
charlotte. the mayor lifted the midnight to 6 a.m. curfew after protest remained peaceful. the national guard is stationed in the city. this weekend police released dash cam and body cam video of keith lamont scott's shooting. the death sparked protest last week. the first high stakes showdown takes place between hillary clinton and donald trump tonight. they will come face-to-face in the first presidential debase at hofstra university. they will debate on a of issues including national security, economic growth and the country's direction. a record breaking audience is expected to watch the 90 minute debate on tv. an apparent arson investigation at a canton school playground. two small fires at kennedy elementary school appeared to have been set intentionally. they are checking all can't canon public schools but say there's no -- canton public schools but say there's no danger to students. an emotional day in med
the marathon bombings and it opens to the public. >> called the krystal campbell peace garden and it's meant to reflect and remember. >> peace is for everyone. >> reporter: remarkable oasis a place of peace. the krystal campbell peace garden opened in medford. >> the celebration of her li high school grad who died in the 2013 marathon bombings. it's a tribute to the four people killed in the attacks martin richard lindsey lu sean collier and krystal along with hundreds of survivors and first responders. >> a place to bring using to. our senior center is next door and they are adopting it as their own. >> it provides a opportunity for the young people to reflect on what's important in life. >> reporter: it's a garden of
fountain is the central feature plaques with names are embedded with bronze and surrounded bywords that define them courage strength dignity leadership and honor. inspired by a young woman who stood for those and monday. >> -- and more. >> the love reaches beyond her short time on earth and gathers us today. >> reporter: her parents visited the garden privately with our own lisa hughes last week. on sunday, they were on hand for the unveiling of the haven in the center of downtown medford. >> fantastic. i ly grateful it came out as well as it did. >> reporter: it took 1.5 34eu8ion dollars to build and maintain but the impact -- million dollars to build and maintain but the impact will remain foreof. >> it's a healing process and memorial to spread peace upon the earth. >> reporter: paul burton wbz news. still to come this morning, the royals arrive in canada. >> it was not the warmest of greetings from the the littlest prince. how george shunned canada's
then a low five and george would have none of it. he did shake hands with president obama in a visit to england and greeted the president dressed in some pajamas and a robe before he went to bed. yeah that's what you do but you know. >> that's what you do prince george. >> my kids don't perform on command either so i totally
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live frl channel 4 stewed -- live from the channel 4 studios in boston this is wbz news this morning. >> good morning thanks for joining us i am kate merrill. >> i am chris mckinnon it's monday september 26 into the right now at 6 a young man miking -- missing a the sea -- 16. >> right now 569 a young man missing -- right now at 6a. youngman missing at found. >> a woman shot in weymouth. >> and we are in new york counting down to the first presidential debate between hillary clinton and donald trump. >> but first, it's a downright cold start out there this morning. and we want to check in with danielle niles. it's chilly chilly. >> it's really chilly we need a coat. >> you do. we have got frost advisories that are in effect for all the areas shaded in blue until 8 a.m. so he it includes western and central massachusetts away from